January 2015, Vol. 242, No. 1

Features

ExxonMobil Executives Discuss Challenges, Achievements Of PNG LNG Project

Construction of ExxonMobil’s PNG LNG Project in Papua New Guinea began in 2010 and delivered its first cargo of LNG in May 2014, ahead of schedule. The project took over 200 million work hours to complete and employed 21,000 people at its peak. There are 700 km of pipelines connecting the LNG facilities, which include a gas conditioning plant in Hides and liquefaction and storage facilities near Port Moresby with a capacity of 6.9 million tons per year. The investment for the project, excluding shipping costs, was almost US$19 billion. During the life of the project it is expected that over 9 Tcf of gas will be produced and sold to major customers in the Asia/Pacific reg

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